Letty Gardner, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Letty Gardner
Music Editor and third year English student

Album Review: Princess Nokia- Metallic Butterfly

Princess Nokia's rerelease of her 2014 debut album is vital to understanding the artist as she stands today, Music Editor Letty Gardner writes

Posted on 24th March 2019

International Women’s Day: Redbrick’s Women of the Future

Our female editors discuss the women ready to take over the world this International Women's Day

Posted on 8th March 2019

Preview: Portobello

Music Editor Letty Gardner looks forward to Portobello's first headline show at The Sunflower Lounge

Posted on 17th February 2019

Preview: Nils Frahm

Music Editor Letty Gardner discusses Nils Frahm's upcoming Birmingham show, and why it is not one to miss

Posted on 29th January 2019

Redbrick Meets: Hinds

Music Editor Letty Gardner talks to Ana Perrote and Amber Grimbergen, of Spanish girl group Hinds, on building up a music career and life on tour

Posted on 11th December 2018

Live Review: Sons of Kemet

The Sons of Kemet live experience is electric and free-wheeling, challenging and awe-inspiring, Redbrick Music Editor Letty Gardner reviews

Posted on 20th November 2018

New Venue: The Mill

Music Editor Letty Gardner discusses the opening of The Mill, and its importance for Birmingham's nightlife culture

Posted on 31st October 2018

Essential Albums: Patti Smith – Horses

Music Editor Letty Gardner discusses why Patti Smith's 1975 debut 'Horses' is an incredible listen and an essential album

Posted on 14th August 2018

Live Review: U.S. Girls

Letty Gardner watches U.S. Girls storm the Hare & Hounds with a chaotic, disintegrating show that marks them as the most captivating live band around

Posted on 23rd May 2018

Live Review: Her’s

Letty Gardner enjoys a night of idiosyncratic dream pop and kitsch stage banter at the Hare & Hounds, courtesy of Her's

Posted on 15th May 2018

Single Review: Cherry Glazerr – Juicy Socks

Cherry Glazerr are back with a track that progresses their trademark energetic sound, reports Letty Gardner

Posted on 9th May 2018

Album Review: Young Fathers – Cocoa Sugar

The new Young Fathers album is their most intriguing and absorbing yet, building effortlessly on the plaudits received by their previous work

Posted on 23rd March 2018